If you are looking for an ultra-compact solution in which to live and to take on vacation, the Romanian company Eco Tiny House has what is right for you.
Living more in contact with nature, leaving aside the excesses of everyday life in the name of greater simplicity : perhaps also due to the effects of the Corona virus pandemic, more and more people are thinking of radically changing their lifestyle and this choice it also passes through innovative solutions such as the “camper” outfitting of some very well-known models on the automotive market (the Sortimo tuner , in this sense, is one of the major points of reference).
Features of Eco Tiny House
However, if the desire is to reach a level even more in tune with the environment , then perhaps it is appropriate to consider the proposal of the Romanian company Eco Tiny House , specialized in the production of small mobile homes built with natural materials. and even towable with your own car! Leafing through the catalog on the official website or referring to the Bosch page , which provides all the work tools, these housing solutions are adaptable to the preferences of each individual person and are not only easy to build. but they are also economical!
From just over 11,340 to almost 39,700 usd, the Tiny Houses of the Romanian company are built for 80% with eco-sustainable and natural materials (the roof beams, for example, are of spruce while the whole external structure is in heat-treated pine) and of course they are complete with everything you need to be appreciated during the holidays.
There is also the heating system , to which the aluminum, polystyrene and plywood floor with double thermo-reflective and heating carbon fiber film contributes, as well as the furniture to make the stay pleasant and enjoyable as if it were at home.
The final product, then, is fixed on a towable frame in galvanized steel with two axles and for do-it-yourself lovers the Tiny Houses can also be self-built thanks to the specific assembly kits provided by the parent company, which do not they only make the journey of owning a “house on wheels” more satisfying. but they also allow you to save considerably on the final purchase costs. How about: will this be the tourism of the future?